DBGB Kitchen and Bar

$ $ $
931 H St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 695-7660
11:00am - 10:00pm



  • everything is mediocre. but their souffle is to die for!!! must try if you are here
  • kale salad. octopus appetizer. fried chicken.
  • Everything is good here: food, service, decoration, the neighborhood. Probably the best restaurant in DC right now. I was there this past weekend (January 24) for the DC Restaurant Week. Fabulous!
  • Try the $48 Menage a Trois burgers. The Yankee is the all-American classic. The Frenchie is rich with confit pork belly and Morbier cheese. The Crabbie is, well, crab.
  • DBGB borrows its name and structure from the punk rock-inspired parent restaurant in NY, the DC edition is no mere copy of the original. Look for local flavor (crab, half smoke?) Opens 9/12/14.
  • Great take on grandmas supper table with a modern twist
  • The Pasta was really good a day La Vaca De Oro coctail excellentThe service was awesome.
  • Espectacular place. I had La Vaca De Oro coctail and was really good and the salmon pasta with the ice cream dessert.
  • Happy hour draft selection was meh, price was up there, and service was bad.
  • Hamburger was amazing and the Madeleines!
  • DBGB is a farm-table restaurant with excellent beer and cider curation. Free travel guide - www.bikabout.com/washington-dc/
  • Amazing food!!! Totally worth it!!
  • The burgers are yummy!
  • The Vermont sausage and hash browns are excellent. The mashed potatoes are instant, which is clearly disappointing from a restaurant of this caliber.
  • Deluxe atmosphere, fine selection of spirits, and sweet spot for people watching
  • Everything, service, beer, wine , food and of course cocktails!
  • Boudin blanc, duck confit, fried chicken, sexy sadie, souffle chaud, warm madeleines
  • Octopus! Also everything.
  • Burgers and sausages - and beer!

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